read some reviews on pre-seed and noticed a lot of people have been saying to use canola oil instead of pre-seed cuz its cheaper and does the same thing (oil is more friendlier than pre-seed and less sticky/tacky).. but CANOLA OIL!?!?!? it seems absurd? i don't know.. has anyone tried canola oil and pre-seed and can comment about which is better/worked? there have also been comments about pre-seed causing a good percentage of chemical pregnancies so that's kind of putting me off.
it sounds absurd at first, yes.... but maybe something natural, like canola oil would be the better option... i mean we never ever know what kind of chemicals we are putting into our bodies, at least we would know where the canola comes from?
i tried preseed last cycle for the first time and 99% sure had a chemical... where did you read that they are linked!!?? i'm super stressed now!! because i don't get very good quality cm so the preseed obviously helped, but then it didn't stick... surely that's just a nonsense statistic!!??
I haven't heard of Canola Oil. I did hear of women using Real Egg Whites!!! I am trying Pre-seed this month. If it doesn't work, or causing a chemical- I will try egg whites within the next few months!!
i heard you can use egg whites. Why anyone would want to when there's a couple of brands of lube you can use i don't know¬!!??
i think people are trying to use the preseed to get pregnant when they haven't got a problem with ewcm.. that's the reason for using it! I wasn't "messy" and DH loved it, he could get in without hurting either of us! (sorry if tmi!) but it made bd'ing easier and much more enjoyable, especially without me screaming "don't you DARE put spit near your swimmers!!!!"
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